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12 Ways To Appreciate Life And Connect With What You Love
November 21, 2014 | Consciousness | Editor
We all have this amazing ability to connect to everyone and everything around us. We are capable of doing it so intimately and innately, that it's a wonder how disconnected we have become from each other and our world. Learn how to tap into what you've always had...the power of bonding, connecting, celebrating, appreciating and loving all that you are and can be.

15 Of The Best Quotes and Statements On Why Chemotherapy and Conventional Cancer Treatment Kills People
November 20, 2014 | Cancer | D.Mihalovic
The cancer industry tells us some of the most magnificent lies about the safety of toxic chemotherapy treatments and long-term survival rates related to the poisonous practice. Few doctors and scientists will put their reputations on the line to expose this fraudulent practice. We will one day look back on the practice of "cut, burn or poisoning" cancer as perhaps the most barbaric and one of the largest failures of mainstream medicine. We've been warned, but the message is still not getting through.

12 Convincing Herbs That Will Help Reduce Your Dependence On Cholesterol Drugs
November 19, 2014 | NaturalLiving | M.Torres
Our dependence on drug therapy to reduce cholesterol is staggering and approximately 15% of the top prescribed medications in the world are generic statins. The are NO scientific studies ever documented which have proved through causation that lowering LDL cholesterol prevents disease. It's more important to manage your cholesterol with dietary herbs than it is to lower cholesterol with any statin drugs.

Toxins in the Food Chain, And Why Quality Supplementation is Necessary
November 19, 2014 | Toxins | E.Dahl
When it comes to supplements, the series of questions that individuals ask most frequently relate to their necessity. Do we not get all of the necessary nutrients, vitamins and minerals from the food that we eat? And if we eat a regular, balanced diet, is that not enough to keep our bodies healthy and fit?” If you were to ask those questions prior to the turn of the 20th century, or even into the first quarter of the 20th century, the answer would have been yes. But today, given the fact that we do not have pure food anymore, the answer is no!

Once And For All, Baking Soda Does Not Contain Aluminum
November 18, 2014 | Nutrition | M.Torres
It's the myth that just won't die. People to this day confuse baking soda with baking powder and the presence of aluminum. Baking soda has never had aluminum. Never has, never will. Marketing tactics have convinced millions of the opposite at the expense of common sense when it comes to simple chemistry. In fact, almost any grocery store baking soda can be as safe, economical, pure and convenient a source of sodium bicarbonate as other expensive brands that claim to be aluminum free.

Could The Entire Basis For Linking Microbes To Disease Be Flawed?
November 17, 2014 | JunkScience | M.Chan
We know that scientists for years had neglected the teeming ecosystem of microbes in the gut when it comes to disease -- bacteria that may determine whether the immune system treats gluten as food or as a deadly invader. Now one study is warning that researchers may be incorrectly linking certain microbes to the microbiota and disease states because of something entirely different -- contamination.

You Only Crave Foods For One Reason
November 17, 2014 | Nutrition | N.Longo
Cravings can inspire you or consume you. They can lead you down the path of ill health or encourage change in what and how you eat. Once we are tuned into all the the foods that jive with our intestinal, hormonal and physiological health, we can learn to and tweak our diet to satisfy something larger that our body requirements. Defeating recurring cravings is all a matter of matching a nutrient deficiency with a healthy bioavailable source.

12 Natural Remedies For Eczema, Rashes and a Range of Persistent Skin Conditions
November 14, 2014 | Healing | A.McCarthy
Eczema is a catch-all term for a variety of ailments that cause the inflammation and irritation of the skin. It now affects more than 20% of infants and about 5% of adults and children although those numbers appear to be increasing due to dietary triggers and environmental pollutants. The standard treatment for the medical community for eczema is corticosteroid creams which only suppress symptoms without addressing underlying causes. Chemical creams such as topical immunomodulators are also associated with cancer risks. Here are some effective natural remedies which can tackle even severe cases of skin inflammation.

Researchers Find That High-Fat Diets Postpone Aging
November 13, 2014 | Aging | N.Longo
New Danish-led research suggests that signs of brain aging can be postponed through high-fat diets. In the long term, this opens the possibility of treatment of children suffering from premature aging and patients with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. The research project is headed by the Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen and the National Institute of Health.

How to Naturally Fight and Prevent Multiple Sclerosis
November 13, 2014 | Prevention | A.Erin
If multiple sclerosis (MS) is affecting you or a loved one, you may want to learn about fighting the disease naturally. Positive and affirmative thinking are powerful tools to living a healthy and disease-free life. But beyond the power of positive thinking, there are a few natural ways to help ward off the effects of the debilitating disease. Consider the following 5 ways to prevent and fight multiple sclerosis.

7 Herbs That Belong in Every Kitchen
November 12, 2014 | Herbs | J.Summerly
The best way to make the most out of herbs is to try growing them yourself. Regardless of the size of your home, there’s always room for a pot on the windowsill or a small container. These herbs provide what can only be considered as that special X factor missing in many meals. Even small quantities of these herbs stimulate the taste buds while providing potent antioxidant value.


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